We are still journeying through Lent, but Easter is fast approaching. Here are Mass and Service times for the Easter Triduum and Easter Day: Maundy Thursday, 29 March Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7.30pm, Our Lady & St Patrick’s Church, Teignmouth Good Friday, 30 March Celebration of the Lord’s
LENT MINI-SERIES from 'WORD ON FIRE'
Many parishioners are watching a thought-provoking mini-course of five short videos from ‘Word on Fire’, led by Bishop Robert Barron. The videos are about five minutes long and intended to be a useful tool for reflection as we journey through Lent. If you are not already receiving them, you might like to sign up? Doing so would also enable us to help you keep in closer contact with the parish in the future, even if you are not a regular churchgoer.
On Tuesday 20 February, our Youth Group met up for an evening of fun, friendship, faith and fellowship in the Parish Office. They bonded over pizzas and board games while the adults Marcia and Sarah chatted to them, prepared the food and put the world to rights over a cuppa.
Five short videos to watch during Lent. The parish has subscribed to a thought-provoking mini-course of five videos from ‘Word on Fire’, led by Catholic Bishop, Robert Barron. Starting during the first week of Lent and running through until Easter, many of us will be getting an email on the same day each week, containing a
Next Sunday (17th December) our young people will be leading us in the liturgy, and following Mass invite you to listen to what has sustained them in faith, and share some refreshments and time together. It would be great if you could join them. We will mull some wine and
We very much look forward to seeing you at any of the Christmas Masses and services held in All Saints Parish, Teignmouth. Tuesday 12th December Advent Carol Service and Mass, Our Lady & St Patrick School – 6:00 pm Saturday 23rd December Vigil Mass of Sunday at St Agatha, Dawlish – 6:00 pm Christmas Eve Mass
The topic of leaving a bequest to All Saints Parish is not likely to be at the forefront of our day-to-day concerns, and is, furthermore, a subject that requires thoughtful consideration. However, it is undoubtedly true that we are still able to gather and worship in our three beautiful and historically significant
ALL SAINTS PARISH ANNUAL REPORT 2017 You can download a copy of the All Saints Parish Annual Report for 2016 here or read the full text below: Since we met at last year’s AGM to discuss progress on the ‘big six’ concerns raised by the Parish Survey of 2015, there
At our Parish AGM, which will be held at Our Lady & St Patrick’s church at 7.00 pm on Wednesday 12 July, there will be elections to recruit three new members to the Parish Pastoral Council. Please now begin to give thought and prayer to considering whether either you, or perhaps someone